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Automated Order System (AOS)

Investment bank computerized order entry system that sends single order entries to DOT (Odd-Lot) or to investment banks floor brokers on the exchange. See: Round lot, GTC orders.

Automated Order System

A computerized order-entry system that sends buy or sell orders to the appropriate specialist on the floor of a stock exchange, bypassing the floor broker. It is used to automatically execute smaller orders, generally defined as fewer than 1000 shares.
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Vacarella began his career in 1974 as a press operator for Harland in Birmingham, moving up to plant superintendent by 1981; general manager of four financial printing facilities from 1982 to 1996; manager of automated order entry systems from 1996 to 1997; manager of investment services from 1997 to 1999; and senior project manager of research and development from 1999 to 2001.
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